Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by sweaty teets, Nov 1, 2009.
If true, he'll probably be suspended for the 1st quarter against OU.
A guy that size must have to drink a flippin' keg to get his BAC high enough. Hope it's not true. That young man's got an amazing future in front of him if he makes the right choices.
Yeah they are flipping out over on ****erboard but the info seems to be coming in from Twitter and Facebook......
He'll run a few laps and it'll be all good.
could really **** up his draft status though.
Pelini is a whole different person than Osborne. He doesn't put up with crap from any of his players.
Accident report shows .035. Not a dui. Hope that's accurate, that dude has a great future.
If he is 21, that is below the legal limit. Is he not 21?
Will he make a couple laps?
Problem is Osborne is Pelini's boss
I have no idea what you're talking about. I said it isn't a dui. You say it is?
no... hes saying if he's underage then its an issue
.035 isn't a dui.
Sorry, I misread. I didn't realize he was in a car crash.
True, but .035 is still illegal for an underage person.
Right. I'm guessing he's over 21, not sure though.
He is 21. The report says DOB 1/6/87.
Anyway, I'm glad the kid isn't in that kind of trouble.
Pretty funny that an athlete gets in a traffic accident, and it's all over the internet.
Good God, the accident report sounds like one of those horror show nightmares. He swerves to miss a small animal and winds up hitting 3 parked cars! Picture him hanging on the the steering wheel for dear life wondering if this is ever going to end!! No wonder the cops checked his blood alcohol. I'd love it if he didn't play our game, but I don't want anything awful to happen to him!! He is such a monster!
im glad hes alright as well. he will be fun to watch in the nfl, just gotta wait a little bit!
But....does Nebraska have one of those laws like Texas (and I think Colorado too) of DWAI (driving while ability impaired) where the limit is .03?
Just asking. Also, if I screwed up CO and TX with those laws, please forgive me as I've lived in 8 different states in the last 13 years (thanks USN!)
Colorado's DWAI is at .05 which is the most strict limit in the nation.
EDIT: Great, my 5,000th post is about ****ing DUI's.
Bummer, at least it wasn't about Texas fans thinking Buffaloes eat oreos!
In Iowa we have what's called an .02 violation. If you're caught driving impaired and you have a BAC above .02, but below .08 you have what is called an administrative violation. This means there is no criminal side to it, but there is a driving side with the Department of Transportation and you will lose your license for a period of time. With Nebraska being a bordering state I would imagine they would have something similar to this.
No, Nebraska doesn't have this exact sort of law, but it sounds like it makes sense to me. It could save lots of time for the court system.
If bordering states shared the same laws, than wouldn't at least 48 states have the exact same laws?
You should really talk to somebody in law-enforcement, maybe they could help straighten out your flawed logic.
what the **** no video?!?!?!
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